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Party dip  (great as left over the next day also)

 

 

a - 1 can pinto beans

1 can blackeyed peas

1 can crisp corn niblets

1 can chopped pimentos (roasted red peppers)

1 can chopped jalapenos

 

rinse beans and drain all

 

b - 5 green onions

1 yellow pepper

1 cup celery

 

c - chop all of "b" and mix all of "a" and "b" in large glass bowl

 

d - 1 cup canola oil

1 cup cider vinegar

1/2 cup sugar

combine all and bring to boil

 

e - cool and pour over mixture

- refrigerate overnight

- drain and serve with scoop chips

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Korean Pork Tacos

Super easy-peasy recipe and very quick to make.  Plus it's amazing and, after buying a few initial ingredients, becomes super cheap to make.

Ingredient Cost: ~$35.00 (less on subsequent meals)

Time to Cook: ~15 minutes

Ingredients

  • 2 lbs ground pork
  • Taco sized flour tortilla shells
  • Cole-slaw of some variety though DRY, not pre-made (if you live near a Target they might have broccoli-slaw and that shit is amazing)
  • Sesame seed oil, toasted preferably
  • Fresh ginger root or ginger paste
  • Some kind of chili-garlic paste
  • Sriracha sauce
  • Mayo

Directions

  1. Start browning the pork.  Halfway through add a few tablespoons of the sesame seed oil, a few tablespoons of ginger, and a tablespoon or two of the chili-garlic paste;
  2. Make the sriracha aioli.  Just combine the sriracha and mayo to taste;
  3. Microwave or lightly fry the tortilla shells; and
  4. When the pork is done combine your tacos!  Throw on the meat, then the slaw, and then sriracha aioli.

Other Stuffs

  • None.

Bon appetito!

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Miserable Bastard

This is a super dope cocktail and you will drink too many of them, guaranteed.  It's very tiki-bar in flavor and a good summer drink despite how thick it is.

Ingredient Cost: ~$45.00 - $60.00 (depending on what size bottles you buy)

Time to Cook: ~15 minutes

Ingredients

  • Meyer's Dark Rum
  • Falernum (a Caribbean liquer, I like a brand called "Velvet Falernum")
  • Angostura Bitters
  • Limes

Directions

  1. Fill a glass with ice;
  2. Fill the glass 3/4 way rum (yes, 3/4 rum);
  3. Add a few dashes of bitters;
  4. Squeeze about a quarter of a lime into it; and
  5. Shake or stir to fully mix.

Other Stuffs

  • None.

Bon appetito!

 

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